>Perhaps you're right, but I still fail to see how the United States 
>maintained the moral high ground by bombing civilians. I think a 
>"demonstration" about 5 miles offshore might have accomplished the same 
>purpose.


Stephen was right, Steven. Your demonstration idea is too risky. We had
to do what we did when we had the opportunity. A proper demonstration was
given to the Japanese and they reacted in the only responsible way they
could--they surrendered. I'm grateful that the American leaders of that
era had the courage to do what had to be done. Once again, American
military intelligence (top secret) unknown to the rest of us civilians
including church leaders was a deciding factor in carrying out a duty
that must be performed. 

Paul O
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